The Administrator (Director) is fully responsible for community operations and quality of care. Financial stability of the community, staffing practices and day to day operations are coordinated by the Administrator to fall within the operational guidelines of governmental agencies. The Administrator structures the environment which will produce the highest standards of non-medical care. Provides direct supervision of department heads. Works with the community, ensuring that the community is a positive choice for seniors in the area. Coordinates all departments to promote outstanding community operations in alignment with goals, budget guidelines and resident needs. Supervises operations to conform to regulatory guidelines.
Identify and develop community standards of care congruent with nursing home state requirements.
Project and develop an operating budget for the community.
Standardize operations of each department.
Maintain the community in compliance with regulatory agencies.
Adhere to policy and procedures for resident care.
Utilize a system of solid management which monitors quality standards on an ongoing basis in all departments.
Develop and carry out a successful marketing program which maintains high occupancy.
Carry out the operating policy of the licensee.
Supervise all department heads to ensure community is operating according to standards and in compliance with regulatory guidelines.
Implement department budget and approve or deny expenditures based on the allocations set in the budget.
Work within the community to place residents in need of a higher level of care.
Market the community to prospective placements. Schedule and plan all community outreach projects.
Coordinate move-ins with other department heads.
Assume full responsibility all regulatory guidelines forms and documentation for residents and employees and ensure that administrative operation is up to date and complete at all times. Secure all admission paperwork prior to move-in.
Organize monthly resident and family council meetings as well as family conferences.
Prepare all licensing requests for exceptions, waivers and exemptions for Administrators review and signature
Bachelors on Healthcare Administration, Master’s preferred.
Minimum of 3 years of experience as Nursing Home Administrator